CHAPTER 6 FM RECEIVER

6-1 : Objective  Study the FM receiver. wireless (cellular) telephone systems. The basic idea of an FM signal vs. emergency channels. the AM band (450-1650 KHz). we now know that it is the amplitude (or the envelope) of the signal that is changed by the modulation signal. In a FM signal.1. The FM signal can be summarized as follows: . The main reason for the improved fidelity is that FM detectors. the frequency of the signal is changed by the modulation (baseband) signal while its amplitude remains the same. TV sound. when properly designed. but also in police and hospital communications. In an AM signal. 6-2 : Hardware Required       GOTT-CE05 FM Transmitter Board GOTT-CE06 FM Receiver Board Power Supply Oscilloscope Signal connector line cable DC power line cable 6-3 : Theory Frequency modulation (FM) is the standard technique for high-fidelity communications as is evident in the received signals of the FM band (88-108 MHz) vs. an AM signal is shown in Figure6. and radio amateur bands above 30 MHz. are not sensitive to random amplitude variations which are the dominant part of electrical noise (heard as static on the AM radio). Frequency modulation is not only used in commercial radio broadcasts.

The amplitude of the FM signal is constant at all times and is independent of the modulation signal.Figure 6. The frequency of the modulation signal determines the rate of the frequency change from the center frequency.    The amplitude of the modulation signal determines the amount of the frequency change from the center frequency.1 FM presentation. .

2 FM Receiver.6-4 : Circuit Diagram Figure 6. .

Set the FM transmitter frequency to 88. Adjust the frequency until FM receiver receives audio signal from transmitter board. 8. output signal of TP2. 5V LED shall be turned on. Refer to figure 6. Refer to figure 5. . 7. 12.button.1. By using oscilloscope. observe on the output signal of TP1. Then increase the frequency to 500Hz.2 or GOTT-CE05 FM Transmitter. 3. 4.6-5 : Experiment Procedure Experiment 1 :FM Receiver 1. Finally record the measured results in table 6. Supply 12V power to the FM transmitter board. 12V LED shall be turned on. 9. 10. 6. 5.2 or GOTT-CE06 FM Receiver. 11.00MHz by pressing CH+ or CH. output signal of TP3 and output signal of TP4. Adjust the speaker volume to the centre point. 2. Supply 5V power to the FM receiver board. Input 200Hz sine wave at 2V amplitude on audio input of transmitter.

1 Measured results of FM Receiver.6: Experiment Results Table 6.6. Output Signal Waveforms Test Points ( Audio input frequency is 200Hz) Output Signal Waveforms ( Audio input frequency is 500Hz) TP1 TP2 TP3 TP4 .

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